GTU and NACHPG jointly testing new 3D Laser Scanner

HERiTAG project partners Georgian Technical University (GTU) and National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia (NACHPG) in joint work combining newly acquired 3D Laser Scanner with project support, complemented with drone photography, conducted the first field measurements at the 9th-10th century AD Kaloubani Saint George Church, located north of Mtskheta, ancient capital of Georgia. Photogrammetric data and cultural heritage documentation generated will be included as learning materials of the new '3D Laser Scanning Hardware and Software for Cultural Heritage and Tourism' course under development at the GTU Department of Engineering Geodesy and Geoinformatics.